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Hurricane Nate made its second landfall near Biloxi, Miss., early Sunday, the National Weather Service said. Videos show flooded streets and garages.
Oct. 8, 2017
To save money, Iowa recently turned over its Medicaid recipients to private managed care companies. Now, some companies are losing money and some people say they're not getting necessary care.
Oct. 7, 2017
The vice president addressed Las Vegans who had taken part in a unity prayer walk. "We do mourn with those who mourn, and grieve with those who grieve," he said.
Oct. 7, 2017
The vice president addressed Las Vegans who had taken part in a unity prayer walk. "We do mourn with those who mourn, and grieve with those he grieve," he said.
Oct. 7, 2017
The U.S. has more guns than any other country in the world. While other developed peer countries also have high rates gun of ownership, they have less mass shootings. Adam Winkler of UCLA School of Law and Priscilla Imboden of Switzerland Radio explain why.
Oct. 7, 2017
In at least 54 percent of mass shootings, the perpetrator also shot an intimate partner or relative. NPR's Michel Martin talks with gun policy expert Robert Spitzer about the pattern of domestic abuse among mass shooters.
Oct. 7, 2017
The Caribbean island of Barbuda had to evacuate all its residents when Hurricane Irma hit last month, but now they are slowly starting to return. NPR's Michel Martin catches up with reporter Anika Kentish who's been following the story.
Oct. 7, 2017
For this week's Barbershop, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Susan Chira of The New York Times, conservative commentator Lenny McAllister and journalist Jeff Yang talk about this week's news in sexual harassment, gender politics in sports and more.
Oct. 7, 2017
Supreme Court justices this week looked at whether police can arrest people who they mistakenly believe are trespassing.
Oct. 7, 2017
Dan Gross, founder of the Center to Prevent Youth Violence and former president of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence, explains whether gun regulations are making progress on the state level.
Oct. 7, 2017
Bloom, known for representing women who've accused powerful men of sexual harassment, has been under fire since the Times dropped a story chronicling years of Weinstein's alleged predatory behavior.
Oct. 7, 2017
Scientists were worried about Zika at the 2016 Olympics in Brazil. But a recent study found there was no evidence of the virus in athletes and staff. They did, however, find other viruses.
Oct. 7, 2017
The slobbery Saint Bernard from South Dakota has a tongue measuring 7.3 inches — long enough to earn her a Guinness World Records title.
Oct. 7, 2017
The pop star was taken into custody on Saturday morning while on tour in Washington state.
Oct. 7, 2017
Police are still seeking to determine a cause of death after the 30-year-old's torso washed ashore this summer. Danish inventor Peter Madsen has been charged in her death.
Oct. 7, 2017
Officials warned of life-threatening storm surge over parts of the Gulf Coast, which could see flood waters reach up to nine feet above ground level.
Oct. 7, 2017
Young people who grew up in small towns feel a calling to come home and help revitalize those communities, including by opening craft breweries.
Oct. 7, 2017
This week marks the anniversary of the 1937 massacre, in which Dominican soldiers targeted Haitians living near the Dominican-Haitian border. A team from NPR's Latino USA gathered survivors' memories.
Oct. 7, 2017
Students, health care providers and parents all have a role to play in making sure college freshmen know how to get the health care they need when they're away from home for the first time.
Oct. 7, 2017
The former vice president has made several public appearances recently, discussing foreign policy and boosting other Democrats. One political strategist says that's just usual Joe — not a campaign.
Oct. 7, 2017

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